Apr 4, 2022 | Blog

CIBC’s (Collapsible Intermediate Bulk Containers) and Seasonality

Spending large sums on supply chain assets such as flowbins is a headache many manufacturers grapple with, especially within seasonal industries where assets are not used year-round.

We often find that at first clients like the idea of owning their own assets, but assets that are not being used turn into liabilities and only cost the owner warehousing space and money.

With a rental structure clients can order and return CIBC’s as their needs change and save on large capital expenditures.

Taking it a step further with a rental transfer structure, clients can send raw material in CIBC’s to the next link in their supply chain and along with it, the responsibility of paying the rental once the units are received.

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